Enobong Bassey


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    Dr Enobong Bassey has PhD in Gas Characterisation and Engineering from the Auckland University of Technology and MSc in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Ibadan. He started his career as a field petroleum engineer, and later as a reservoir engineering consultant, incorporating great value to corporate clients in exploitation and processing of conventional and unconventional oil and gas, and geothermal energy. His research expertise includes petroleum systems analysis, well testing, reservoir characterisation, petrophysical and geophysical integration, design and characterisation of gas sensors, signal processing, workflow development and process optimisation. He has served as a judge at several Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) International Student Paper Contests. Currently, he is the Course Director, MSc Oil and Gas Engineering.

    Research Interests

    Petroleum Flow and Transport Mechanisms; Reservoir Engineering and Well Test Analysis; Geostatistical Simulation; Improved Oil and Gas Recovery; Drilling, Completion and Well Engineering; Production Engineering; Geothermal and Unconventional Reservoir Systems; Petroleum Processing; Oilfield Chemistry and Produced Water Management; Gas Sensor Technology; Signal Processing; and Application of Nanotechnology to Petroleum Production.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Doctorate, Characterisation of Metal Oxide Gas Sensors, Auckland University of Technology

    Award Date: 11 Nov 2014

    MSc, Petroleum Engineering, University of Ibadan


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